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Oceania drops prices on SA and Dubai cruises for 2021 and 2022

Oceania Cruises has launched its new Major Price Reductions sale in response to a drop in demand from the global cruise shutdown, with cruises in late 2020 and 2021 through 2022 from as low as US $999 for inside staterooms and US $1,399 per guest for balconies.

Also included in the fare are up to eight free shore excursions, free beverages and up to US $800 in free shipboard credit (depending on the stateroom category booked). And for Middle East and South African cruise passengers, there are 11 itineraries available.

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“The Ultimate Sale offers unrivaled value with our hallmark exquisitely crafted cuisine, curated travel experiences, and small ship luxury combined with dramatically lower fares that start at just US $999 per guest,” says Bob Binder, President & CEO, Oceania Cruises.

The sale includes more than 400 voyages in  Europe, Alaska, Asia, Australia-New Zealand, the South Pacific, New England-Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean and Panama Canal, South America, Africa and Arabia.

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The Middle East cruises for 2020 included in the sale are a 20-night Athens to Dubai voyage aboard Nautica (departing November 16th) for US $3,999, followed by a 30-night cruise from Dubai to Cape Town aboard the same ship for US $6,399 (departing December 6th).

For 2021 there are a range of cruises to choose from, departing from both Dubai and Cape Town.

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Dubai cruises:

April 6th, 2021 – 20-night Singapore to Dubai cruise aboard Insignia

(Fares from US $4,299 per guest)

November 12th, 2021 – 20-night Istanbul to Dubai cruise aboard Nautica

(Fares from US $4,549 per guest)

December 12th, 2021 – 30-night Dubai to Cape Town cruise aboard Nautica

(Fares from US $7,349 per guest)

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Cape Town cruises:

January 5th and January 19th, 2021 – 14-night Cape Town roundtrip aboard Nautica

(Fares from US $2,799 per guest)

February 2nd, 2021 – 30-night Cape Town to Singapore cruise aboard Nautica

(Fares from US $7,849 per guest)

January 11th, 2022 – 14-night Cape Town roundtrip aboard Nautica

(Fares from US $3,799 per guest)

January 25th, 2022 – 30-night Cape Town to Singapore cruise aboard Nautica

(Fares from US $8,049 per guest)

May 21st, 2022 – 24-night Cape Town to Lisbon cruise aboard Insignia

(Fares from US $6,999 per guest)

In addition to these Dubai and Cape Town cruises, several Specialty Cruises are also highlights of the sale.

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These specialty cruises are hosted by the top executives at Oceania Cruises, including Bob Binder, President, CEO, and Co-Founder; James Rodriguez, Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing; Jacques Pépin, Executive Culinary Director; or Claudine Pépin, daughter of Jacques Pépin and Godmother of the Sirena.

Specialty cruises included in sale:

2020 Oceania Club Reunion Cruise. Departing October 26, 2020 aboard Regatta from Tokyo to Singapore. Hosted by Bob Binder – President, CEO, and Co-Founder.

2021 Oceania Club Reunion Cruise. Departing July 9, 2021 aboard Regatta from Seattle to Seattle. Hosted by James Rodriguez – Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing.

2021 Claudine Pépin Cruise. Departing July 27, 2021 aboard Sirena from Copenhagen to Stockholm. Hosted by Claudine Pépin – Godmother of Sirena, and her husband Rollie Wesen, Professor of Culinary Arts at Johnson & Wales University.

2021 Jacques Pépin Cruise. Departing August 29, 2021 aboard Marina from Copenhagen to Stockholm. Hosted by Jacques Pépin – Executive Culinary Director, and his wife Gloria.

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